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Manta ray robot takes to the pool – and maybe soon the sea

MantaDroid, seen here with scientists (from left to right) Mr. Gunawan Sun, Research Engineer; Dr. Soheil ...

Manta rays swim through the water with a flying motion, allowing them to travel quickly with little effort, while also being quite agile. These are qualities that would likewise be desirable in an autonomous underwater vehicle, or AUV. To that end, scientists from the National University of Singapore have recently developed a Manta ray-inspired swimming robot, known as MantaDroid.

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Category: Robotics

Tags:
  • Autonomous
  • Biomimicry
  • National University of Singapore
  • Swimming
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